|Rag Radio 2011-06-17 / Vietnam Vet and Peace Activist Terry J. DuBose - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Terry J. DuBose served in Vietnam as a 1st Lt. in 1967–68 with the 53rd General Support Group, and was Texas coordinator of the Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW) in 1971–72. He is associate professor emeritus in diagnostic medical sonography at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and now lives in Austin, Texas. We discuss the GI resistance to the War in Vietnam and the legacy of that war, the history of VVAW, the Winter Soldier investigations, and the "swiftboating" of Viet...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Terry DuBose; Vietnam Veterans Against the War; Vietnam War; Peace Movement; Anti-War Gi's
|People United 2014 Apr 11 - Allan Campbell|
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features discussions about the lives of soldiers and military veterans, especially those stationed at Fort Hood. Terry DuBose, Alice Embree, Aaron Hughes, Lori Hurlebaus, Malachi Muncy and Cindy Thomas spoke at Friends Meeting of Austin on January 25, 2014, about alliances between soldiers and the peace movement in the state of Texas. Malachi Muncy later telephoned the radio station from Killeen on April 9, 2014, with updates on both Under the Hood...
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Terry DuBose; Alice Embree; Aaron Hughes; Lori Hurlebaus; Malachi Muncy; Cindy Thomas; Iraq Veterans Against the War; IVAW; Vietnam Veterans Against the War; VVAW; Under the Hood Café; Fort Hood Support Network; Oleo Strut; Civilian-Soldier Alliance; CivSol; Code Pink; The Rag; The Rag Blog; Know Your Rights; Fort Hood Report; military; GI; soldier; service member; veteran; alliance; peace; anti-war; movement; activism; protest; resistance; deployment; rights; free speech; underground newspaper; low-power FM; LPFM; radio station; permit; license; application; podcast; independent media; alternative media; trauma; injury; post-traumatic stress syndrome; PTSD; mental health; health care; services; recovery; mass shooting; workplace violence; foreign policy; colonialism; occupation; empire; war; Killeen; Fort Hood; Texas; United States; Vietnam; Afghanistan; Iraq; history; current events